Jan 15, 2013 12:35am PST
on the event. so, let's go right now to dan williams, the golden globes correspondent, who can't pronounce "les miserables." >> thanks, jimmy. what an exciting, glamorous night here in hollywood. and it was especially exciting for the film, "less miserblez." [ laughter ] "lace min" took home three awards, making "lame maseratzi" one of the successes of the golden globes. "lamb marsalabali" is perhaps -- [ laughter ] -- an inappropriate name now, though, since those involved are thrilled and anything but miseroblen. [ laughter ] if you haven't seen it, get out there and check out "la merdininin." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that last thing was just nonsense. can you -- dan, can you tell us anything else? >> yeah, "digango unchanged" also did well. [ laughter ] all right. thank you very much, dan. [ applause ] thank you, dan. >> steve: was that deliberate? >> jimmy: "digango unchanged." [ light laughter ] "unchanged." >> steve: "unchanged." >> jimmy: yeah. >> steve: i love their pizzas. >> jimmy: why is he still on the red carpet? the globes are over like, a whole day. [ laughter ] >> steve: yeah, it'
Jan 17, 2013 6:00pm PST
communion by hand, not mouth. the changes are already in effect nmpt san jose. ron dan considers it a small call. >> be safe and i'm sure the catholic church wants us to be safe. as long as we still are having all the rituals that we need and we do them safely, then that's all that matters. >> health leaders say what matters most now is making sure you're protected with a vaccine because flu season may not peak here until march. >> at this point, you may need to shop around for a flu shot since many retailers and doctors offices are running out. but remember you can always check here with the san tal claire ral public health department because they do plan to add two additional flu shot clinics. the take home message from public health doctors tonight is, it is still not to late to get your flu shot. reporting live in stan jose, marianne favro, nbc bay area news. >> thank you. in the east bay now, it's not the flu but another contagious illness. we're talking about the norovirus which is now being blamed for sickening more than 100 kids at a local elementary school. as jody hernandez report